Introducing Google Image Search

Now you can use an image to start your Google search

Google Image Search

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Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by using an image instead of words to start your Google search. There are four ways to search by image. You can drag and drop an image, upload an image, copy and paste the URL for an image, or right-click an image on the web to search Google with an image.

Search by Image
Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Learn more about images on the web and your own photos.
Try it now on images.google.com

Four ways to search by image

Drag and drop
Drag and drop an image from the web or your computer into the search box on images.google.com.

Upload an image
On images.google.com, click the camera icon, then select “Upload an image.” Select the image you want to use to start your search.

Copy and paste the URL for an image
Found an image on the web you are curious about? Right-click the image to copy the URL. On images.google.com, click the camera icon, and “Paste image URL”.

Right-click an image on the web
To search by image even faster, download the Chrome extension or the Firefox extension. With the extension installed, simply right-click an image on the web to search Google with that image.

Google announced the introduction of Search by Image on desktop on their offical blog on June 14, 2011.

Knocking down barriers to knowledge
Today we are introducing Search by Image on desktop. Next to the microphone on images.google.com, you will also see a little camera for the new Search by Image feature. If you click the camera, you can upload any picture or plug in an image URL from the web and ask Google to figure out what it is… Search by Image is rolling out now globally in 40 languages. We’re also releasing Chrome and Firefox extensions that enable you to search any image on the web by right-clicking.
Official Google Blog

Search by Image

Uploaded by Google on Jun 13, 2011

Now you can use an image instead of words to start your Google search.

Learn more at: Search by Image

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